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The icons are a great idea and will help create/accentuate visually the 3 sections. Plus, it will create interest. People respond well to imagery, generally speaking. You can entice the user to type into the textbox by adding some quirky text in there (that is low in saturation and seems a little faded). This is a great opportunity to display the ...


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That is a very broad, but interesting question. To be honest, I'd simply follow an established set of design guidelines than try to re-invent the wheel. You also appear to be overthinking this a little bit. Of course text input needs to be styled accordingly (border, shadow, size, etc.) and inactive fields have to be displayed differently (e.g. grayed out). ...


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I'm a bit confused at the words input and textarea, because if these are really input and textarea elements, they shouldn't have any ellipsis at all. I'll assume you mean just one line or several lines of text. In this case, your best option is to vertically expand the line of text (think on an accordion type of element). Thus, if you have this: I'm a ...



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